July 2006


Nuts About Brazil?
Better World Club Members Receive a 20% Discount At The Amazonat Jungle Lodge
Amazonat Jungle Lodge is one of the very few ‘Genuine Eco Lodges' in Brazil. It offers adventure and educational activities. In addition, we provide educational and economical support to several small communities in the surrounding area.
Information on the Amazonat Jungle Lodge and Additional Eco-Lodging Options can be found on Better World Club's website.
Amazonat Jungle Lodge rates and packages

Additional Links
and Resources

- Learn More About
Brazil with TradePort

- Tour Brazil with Kon-Tiki
- Read Reviews
of Hotels and Resorts in Brazil

- Research Airport Information
for Sao Paulo

- Research Airport Information
for Rio de Janeiro


Looking For A Good Deal
Gas Prices To Force Summer Travelers Into The Economy Class
From The Ventura County Star
Planning a summer vacation is often a series of trade-offs to keep the whole family happy. This summer, the budget might be making more demands than the kids.
Household vacation budgets are nearly the same as last year, but the price to fuel a car or jet has soared. That means travel costs will make a much bigger dent than in the past. Complete Story

BWC Travel Offers A New And Improved Airline Booking Engine

Check out Kicking Asphalt for the complete story.


Click here to find out moreThongs...The Girl From Ipanema...Ethanol?
These Are A Few Of Our Favorite Things (About Brazil)
We at TravelCool believe that consumers can use their "buying power" to encourage environmental responsibility. Thus, we recommend a vacation in Brazil.
Brazil recently made news because of its announcement that the country will be free from foreign oil by the end of 2006. This was no small feat: With a population of 174,468,575 Brazil is the fifth largest country in the world. Complete Story


When You Leave For Vacation This Summer, Don't Return To Find Your Belongings On A Vacation Of Their Own. Just Follow These Simple Tips…
Yes, its summer vacation time, which means that you might be leaving home. Who better to ask how to protect it than experienced slackers and paranoids? Of course, we're referring to the Better World Club staff :
Make Your Home Appear to be Lived-in
Install automatic timers to turn lights and radios on and off at appropriate times. Lower the sound of your telephone and answering machine so they cannot be heard from outside and make sure your voicemail message does not imply that you are away. (BWC staffer Mike Schultz has volunteered to come to your house and help make it appear "lived in". Given the look of his office, this should work. Disclaimer: Mr. Schultz is not responsible for the contents of your liquor cabinet or refrigerator.) Complete Story

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